Discovering Shared Interests in Online Social Networks

@article{Wang2012DiscoveringSI,
  title={Discovering Shared Interests in Online Social Networks},
  author={Feng Wang and Kuai Xu and Haiyan Wang},
  journal={2012 32nd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops},
  year={2012},
  pages={163-168}
}
  • Feng Wang, Kuai Xu, Haiyan Wang
  • Published in
    32nd International Conference…
    2012
  • Computer Science
  • The capacity of rapidly disseminating information such as latest news headlines has made online social networks a popular and disruptive venue for spreading influence and distributing contents. Given the importance of online social networks, it becomes increasingly imperative to understand the shared interests of users on the popular information or contents that circulate through these networks. This paper proposes a novel graphical approach based on bipartite graphs and one-mode projection… CONTINUE READING

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